Before you get too excited (as I did) about the word "movie" in the title of this blog entry, no, this is not a movie made from Chandrayaan-1 Moon Impact Probe images as it descended to its crash into the lunar surface near the Shackleton crater at the south pole. I haven't seen such a movie yet. This is a very low-resolution movie made from data from Chandrayaan-1's high-resolution camera as it traveled in its 100-kilometer orbit over the south polar region of the Moon. Here's a link to the ISRO page with the movie (the animation does not work for me with Firefox, only with Internet Explorer) and here's a direct link to the .wmv file.
ISRO has also released two images from that high-resolution camera, the Terrain Mapping Camera. Here's one of them:
Apart from that, it's hard for me to say much about this image. I don't even know it's the full resolution that the camera is capable of. I guess I'm just looking forward to more!
Here's a wider shot of the Lunar Orbiter image for context, and a map showing the names of the craters.